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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds that food allergy in kids increased by 50 percent in just over a decade.
Children born outside the United States have lower rates of allergic disease, but their risk for developing
New course fills an important educational gap by providing clear instructions for what steps to take if witnessing an anaphylactic reaction.
A large study suggests there are strategies that might reduce the odds of having a peanut- or nut-allergic reaction aboard an airplane.
We’re saddened to report that three young people have died from anaphylactic reactions in the past two months.
On April 3, Dr. Oz declared “This year, you’re going to feel even more miserable than ever before.” Allergist Dr. Bassett explained why.